Supporters gathered around Hansen co-owner Dr. Kendall Hansen Saturday. Dr. Hansen had the horse's tail dyed blue the morning of the Blue Grass Stakes, but it was changed back to gray after stewards told trainer Mike Maker there was a chance the horse coudl be scratched from the race for violating a rule about altering the horse's identity. Photo by John Clay | Staff
Supporters gathered around Hansen co-owner Dr. Kendall Hansen Saturday. Dr. Hansen had the horse's tail dyed blue the morning of the Blue Grass Stakes, but it was changed back to gray after stewards told trainer Mike Maker there was a chance the horse coudl be scratched from the race for violating a rule about altering the horse's identity. Photo by John Clay | Staff
Supporters gathered around Hansen co-owner Dr. Kendall Hansen Saturday. Dr. Hansen had the horse's tail dyed blue the morning of the Blue Grass Stakes, but it was changed back to gray after stewards told trainer Mike Maker there was a chance the horse coudl be scratched from the race for violating a rule about altering the horse's identity. Photo by John Clay | Staff

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